Meredith: Let’s play a game of whose life sucks the most. I’ll win. I always win.
Cristina: You don’t want to play with me.
Meredith: Oh, I do. I’ll even go first. Derek is married. [George spits out his beer]
Cristina: George. Beer is dripping from your nostrils.
Meredith: Told you I’d win.
Cristina: No, you didn’t win.
Meredith: Did you hear me? I said Derek is married, as in pig-headed adulterous liar married. Nothing you could say could top that.
Cristina: I’m pregnant. I win. [Joe, the bartender, collapses] Okay, maybe Joe wins.
Grey’s Anatomy: Meredith Grey and Cristina Yang - 02x01Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head
Meredith: They’re everywhere. All the time. Izzie’s all perky and George does this thing where he’s helpful and considerate. They share food, and they say things, and they move things, and they breathe. Ugh, they’re like, happy.
Cristina: Kick them out.
Meredith: I can’t kick them out, they just moved in. I asked them to move in.
Cristina: So what, you’re just going to repress everything in some deep, dark, twisted place until one day you snap and you kill them?
Cristina: This is why we are friends.
Grey’s Anatomy: Meredith Grey and Cristina Yang - 01x03 Winning a Battle, Losing the War
If there’s one thing I’ve learned over the years, it’s that it only takes one person, one patient, one moment to change your life forever, to change your perspective, colour your thinking. To force you to re-evaluate everything you think you know. To make you ask yourself the toughest questions: Do you know who you are? Do you know what’s happened to you? Do you want to live this way?
Don’t get on any tiny little planes that can crash or stick your hand in a body cavity that has a bomb in it or off your life to a gunman. Don’t do that. Don’t be a hero. You’re my person. I need you alive. You make me brave. Okay, now we dance it out.